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20/05/2014 - Plea to tackle baby death toll
About 8,000 new-born babies die every day around the world, according to a major new study published today. More

20/05/2014 - Global campaign to tackle child obesity
A new worldwide drive to tackle the increasing problem of childhood obesity was launched yesterday. More

19/05/2014 - Dengue fever risk predicted for Brazilís World Cup
An early warning system that predicts the risk of dengue infections for the 553 micro-regions of Brazil during the football World Cup has been developed for the first time. More

16/05/2014 - New boost for life expectancy
Life expectancy is improving across the world, in rich and poor countries, according to a report published yesterday. More

15/05/2014 - Middle East virus threat grows
Concern is growing about the risks from the new Middle Eastern respiratory virus, world experts warned yesterday. More

15/05/2014 - Depression and suicide afflict world's teens
The world's main cause of teenage illness is depression, according to a major report yesterday. More

13/05/2014 - Europeans biggest drinkers
Europeans are cutting down on alcohol - but are still by far the world's biggest drinkers, according to new figures. More

08/05/2014 - Urban air pollution worsens - WHO
Air pollution is getting worse in most of the world's major cities - posing increased risks of heart disease and cancer, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

06/05/2014 - Pregnancy deaths fall - but still affect thousands
Deaths of pregnant women have nearly halved globally in the last 25 years - but still kill more than a quarter of a billion people every year, according to a new study today. More

06/05/2014 - Syria fuels world polio crisis
The Syrian civil war has contributed to the re-emergence of polio as a global health threat, experts warned yesterday. More

30/04/2014 - Time running out on antibiotic resistance
The world is running out of time to tackle the problem of drug-resistant infections, experts warned yesterday. More

25/04/2014 - Training and tests could cut malaria drug use
Improved training for health workers in poor countries could massively cut the use of malaria drugs, British researchers say. More

25/04/2014 - Anti-doping bodies call for ten-year sample storage
Anti-doping bodies have called for athletesí blood and urine samples to be stored for ten years, to enable technology to catch up with substances that currently evade detection. More

24/04/2014 - Storage costs may hamper vaccine use
Some vaccines could be used more cheaply in poor countries if the cost of storage was reduced, campaigners have warned. More

04/04/2014 - WHO targets insect diseases
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is to highlight the dangers of diseases transmitted by insects as part of World Health Day on April 7, it has announced. More

25/03/2014 - Air pollution's global death toll
One in eight people worldwide is dying from air pollution, world health officials claimed today. More

13/03/2014 - Water and grapefruit for kidney day
Today is World Kidney Day and campaigners are urging the world to start it with a glass of water. The day has been launched to highlight the growing threat of kidney disease, which affects up t More

07/03/2014 - Rights plea for International Women's Day
Human rights are a vital part of womenís health care, a conference was being told today. More

06/03/2014 - Halve sugar consumption - WHO
Governments should consider trying to halve public consumption of sugars, according to global guidelines published yesterday. More

28/02/2014 - Baby screening programme hailed a success
The NHS Newborn Blood Spot Screening Programme, which diagnoses rare diseases in babies, has been hailed a success. More

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